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Bill Kaiwa - 1963

“The Boy From Laupahoehoe” by Bill Kaiwa, was released in 1963, some 16 years before Territorial Airwaves launched on the radio.
On his debut long playing recording, Bill Kaiwa was only 29 years old in 1963.
In this studio recording, you’ll hear the Sounds of Hawaii studio band singing backup live in the studio.
Bill Kaiwa played ukulele and sang lead,
Benny Saks played keyboards & sang support,
Sonny Kamahele played guitar & sang support,
Jimmy Kaopuiki played bass & sang support,
Billy Hew Len played steel guitar,
& Harold Chang played percussion.
So we’ll dive into our records archives to hear this classic recording.
Today, 50 plus years later, we’ll share this music.

This week's playlist:

1- Kulikuli Waha – Bill Kaiwa
2- Holo Pau’u Nani – Bill Kaiwa
3- Laupahoehoe Hula – Bill Kaiwa
4- Hiu No Wau – Bill Kaiwa
5- Kimo Henderson Hula – Bill Kaiwa
6- Na Moku Elima – Bill Kaiwa
7- Halekulani – Bill Kaiwa
8- Latitu – Bill Kaiwa
9- Home Nani O Kanahele – Bil Kaiwa
10- Pua Alani – Bill Kaiwa
11- Waihi’ika’ahu’ula – Bill Kaiwa

Length: 52:13
Released on: 11-03-2017
Artist/Compiled by: The Boy From Laupahoehoe





Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln - 1963

Bill Ali’iloa Lincon’s self-titled LP on Tradewinds Records was released in 1963, some 16 years before Territorial Airwaves launched on the radio.
On previous Territorial Airwaves shows, we’ve concentrated on the body of work that Bill recorded for Bell Records on 78rpm discs.
In the 1950s, he began appearing on Waikiki Records 78rpm and 45rpm discs.
But this 1963 Tradewinds disc was actually his debut solo stereo LP album, and marked yet another comeback in his illustrious career.
Bill Ali’iloa Lincon played ukulele and sang lead,
Annie Hu played guitar and sang support,
Lena’ala Cypriano played the bass and sang support,
& Eddie Pang played the electric steel guitar.
So we’ll dive into our records archives to hear this classic recording.
Today, 50 plus years later, we’ll share this music.

This week's playlist:

1- Ku’u Wa Li’i Li’i – Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
2- Honolulu Hale - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
3- Pua Be Still - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
4- Pua Iliahi - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
5- Nani Lawai - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
6- Mauna Lahilahi - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
7- Ku’u Ipo Ike He’e Pua One - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
8- Song To Hawaii - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
9- The Magic Islands - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
10- Poli Anuanu - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln
11- My Sweet Sweetie - Bill Ali’iloa Lincoln

Length: 54:19
Released on: 10-27-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Bill Ali'iloa Lincoln





Makaha Sons Of Ni'ihau - 1976

“No Kristo” by the Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau was released in 1976, some 3 years before Territorial Airwaves launched on the radio.
In 1974, brothers Skippy & Israel Kamakawiwo’ole moved from Kaimuki to the Waianae coast.
Inspired by the Sons of Hawaii, Sunday Manoa, & Gabby Pahinui, the brothers formed a group with their new young Waianae friends.
On February 22, 1976, they got their 1st professional gig, and they also recorded this, their 1st LP, on Poki Records.
Skippy played 6-string guitar
Israel played baritone ukulele
‘Moon’ Kauakahi played 6-string tenor ukulele
Jerome Koko played 12-string guitar
& Sam Gray played pakini washtub bass.
So we’ll dive into our records archives to hear this classic recording.
Today, 40 plus years later, we’ll share this music.

This week's playlist:

1- Ka Hanu O Hanakeoki – Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
2- Waikiki Hula - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
3- Po’e Koa O Ni’ihau - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
4- Freedom Of Makaha - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
5- Papalina Lahilahi - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
6- E Ku’u Morning Dew - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
7- Manu Kolohe - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
8- Pua Tuberose – Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
9- Nane - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau
10- No Kristo - Makaha Sons of Ni’ihau

Length: 53:26
Released on: 10-20-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Makaha Sons Of Ni'ihau





Sons of Hawaii - 1975

“Eddie Kamae presents The Sons of Hawaii” was released in 1975, some 4 years before Territorial Airwaves launched on the radio.
The Sons of Hawaii had originally formed in 1960 with Eddie Kamae, Gabby Pahinui, Joe Marshall, & David “Feet” Rogers.
Fifteen years later, after numerous personnel changes, Eddie recorded the 5th version of the group.
The Sons of Hawaii in 1975 were:
Eddie Kamae – vocals & ukulele
Joe Marshall – bass & vocals
David “Feet” Rogers – steel guitar
Moe Keale – vocals & ukulele
Dennis Kamakahi – aged 21, vocals, guitar, banjo, & harmonica.
So we’ll dive into our records archives to hear this classic recording.
Today, 40 plus years later, we’ll share this music.

This week's playlist:

1- Ke Ala A Ka Jeep – Eddie Kamae & Sons of Hawaii
2- Tomi Tomi – Dennis Kamakahi & Sons of Hawaii
3- Kela Mea Whiffa – Eddie Kamae & Sons of Hawaii
4- Mai Ae I Ka Hewa – Moe Keale & Sons of Hawaii
5- Ka Opae – Dennis Kamakahi & Sons of Hawaii
6- E Ku’u Morning Dew – Eddie Kamae & SOH
7- Kehaulani – Eddie Kamae & Sons of Hawaii
8- La Toodle – Harold Kaniho & Sons of Hawaii
9- He Ai No Kalani – Eddie Kamae & SOH
10- Waipio Valley Song – Eddie Kamae & SOH

Length: 55:05
Released on: 10-13-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Eddie Kamae presents The Sons of Hawaii





Wesley M. Thorsson Collection

Wesley M. Thorsson was born in New Jersey on October 9, 1923, and he passed away in his adopted home of Hawaii at the age of 93 on March 17, 2017.
After graduating from the Coast Guard Academy in 1943, he and his family were stationed in Honolulu, where he retired as a Captain in 1968.
Then he began a career with Dillingham.
Wes’s passion was scuba diving and shell collecting.
His shell collection is now displayed at the Bishop Museum and the Smithsonian Institute.
So we’ll dive into our records archives to hear these classic recordings.
Today, we’ll share 45rpm singles and EPs from the Wesley M. Thorsson Collection.
Mahalo to his daughter Karen for sharing her father’s music.

This week's playlist:

1- Anapau – John K. Almeida
2- Lei Hulu – Dorothy Kalima & K Sisters
3- Noho Paipai – Freckles Lyons & his Beachboys
4- Goodbye Honolulu – Freckles Lyons & his BBoys
5- E Ku’u Tutu – Vickie Ii & Tropic Islanders
6- Kealoha – George Kainapau
7- Becky, I Ain’t Coming Home No More – Clara Inter
8- My Island Love – Merilee w/ Tropic Islanders
9- Wakare No Iso Chidori – George Naope
10- Aloha Hawaii – John K. Almeida’s Hawaiians
11- E Ku’u Lei – George Kainapau

Length: 53:41
Released on: 10-06-2017
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists




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